Let’s face it: most kids have terrible taste in food. In fact, you know those Happy Meals that kids everywhere crave? Not even mold will eat Happy Meals. Also, allergies are all the rage in the Pacific Northwest. Some of us are even allergic to Christmas trees, but did you know that it’s actually the mold in these trees that cause the allergic reaction?
Why do we know all of these random facts about mold that have nothing to do with signs? Well, it has a lot to do with how good of listeners we are when clients like MoldEaters call us up for van graphics. Let’s take a closer look at this upstanding company and how we helped them!
MoldEaters? That Doesn’t Sound Appetizing
With locations on Northeast 117th Avenue in Vancouver and Southwest 50th Avenue in Portland, MoldEaters take care of a big problem that area homeowners face: mold. Their services include mold remediation, mold inspection, mold removal, and much more. Their goals are to help their clients stay healthy and to help protect homes from the damaging effects of mold, harsh chemicals, and moisture. They keep updated on the latest mold news so that they can provide the newest services that will identify and remove mold problems permanently and safely.
When such a moldy enterprise contacted us for van graphics for mold removal companies, we were hesitant at versus. Some of us weren’t up to date on our shots, and we didn’t even know if shots would help us against molds. Fortunately, there was no mold involved in this process. MoldEaters just wanted attention-grabbing graphics. And, rather than going to an old, moldy sign maker, they contacted the mighty sign makers at Specialty Graphic Solutions for bright and fresh ideas to get noticed.
We Fed MoldEaters Van Graphics
Whenever we’re going to install graphics, we like to get a good look at the vehicle we’ll be working with. At this time, we also talked to MoldEaters about what sorts of graphics they wanted for their new 2017 Ford Transit van. They already had a logo that would make you smile, and the artwork was ready to go. They just needed us to print and install the graphics.
First, we started with a massive 48” by 405” sheet of 135 SF Premium 3M Cast Wrap Print Vinyl. We used our large format printers to render the full-color digital graphics. We then added a gloss overlaminate to ensure the graphics would look their best for many years to come. Next, we scheduled a time when MoldEaters could be without the van for a few hours, so we could take our time installing the graphics to make sure we did it just right.
In the end, MoldEaters was completely satisfied with the job we did. Now, as they drive around their service area, they expose consumers to their brand and get everyone thinking about what mold tastes like.
Want to create a buzz around your brand? Contact the mighty sign makers at SGS today for a free consultation on work van graphics for your Ford Transit.